Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie have scooped another diminutive nest for their growing brood in the hills of Valpolicella, Italy, near Verona. The family apparently fell for the country during the filming of Jolie's upcoming project The Tourist and decided to add some Italian real estate to their portfolio of homes in Los Feliz, Malibu, New Orleans, Cambodia, and the South of France. "Some real estate" to be exact is a 18,000-square-foot Palladian-style mansion named Villa Costanza with 15 rooms, eight bathrooms, a home theater, stables, a vineyard, and two swimming pools, which cost the high-paid couple a colossal $41 million.
The property is slightly disheveled and a bit of a fixer-upper. But it's a stunning estate that offers lots of privacy, and the grounds are a perfect place for the young Jolie-Pitts to roam around — and their actor parents to stage a period piece. Check out more photos of the home below.